Get ready for Yappy Hour! These Sonoma County wineries welcome pooches and their wine-loving parents.
Trying to cut down on spending? That doesn't have to mean you can't go wine tasting.
The Sonoma County Wine Library doesn’t serve wine. But don’t let that stop you from a detour to this fascinating archive of wine history.
The Sonoma Valley corridor on Highway 12 in Kenwood and Glen Ellen includes several hiking destinations that each offer visitors something a little different.
Grape juice and fun activities for the kids, vino for the parents - it's a win-win.
Venture outside the tasting room and sip away in the sun.
Closed by the state, the 127-year-old Sonoma Developmental Center awaits a new owner and plan for its future. At roughly 900 acres, the property encompasses some of the most beautiful and valuable land in the North Bay.
Explore new interactive exhibits and enjoy the beauty of Jack London State Park during Grand Reopening Weekend.
Planning a trip to Wine Country? Add these Sonoma wineries to your list of places to visit.
From museums set among rolling hills and vineyards to sculpture gardens and murals, there are many ways to enjoy art in Wine Country. Here are some exhibits to see right now.